Delhi Police today launched a massive protest outside their headquarters protesting the conflicts that took place on Saturday at the Tis Hazari court complex.
Hundreds of Delhi Police personnel are protesting at the Police Headquarters at ITO against repeated incidents of violence against them by lawyers. The conflicts between lawyers and cops at the Tis Hazari Court Complex in Delhi on Saturday (Nov 2) has now blown into a big show of robustness as several former and present IPS officers expressed their concern for the safety of cops. The Bar Council of India Chief Manan Mishra, on the other hand, called the Delhi Police protest a “drama”. The protesting cops at the Delhi Police Headquarters are chanting slogans of “We Want Justice”. Delhi Police meanwhile has submitted a detailed report to Union Home Ministry over the incidents at the Tis Hazari Court.
Meanwhile, addressing the protesting cops, Delhi Police Commissioner Amulya Patnaik said, “I am confident that you will maintain peace. The last few days have been testing times for Delhi Police. You have handled many such situations in the past. Take this is as another testing situation. You have always protected law and I am sure you will maintain law and calm.”
“We will work as protectors of law,” Amul Patnaik, Delhi Commissioner of Police said to the protesting cops.